Snowman Bouquet or Pops

Total Time
1hr 5mins
Prep 1 hr
Cook 5 mins

A cute & fast gift! The idea is adapted from Gooseberry's 2007 holiday book. One batch made two gifts in a mug with 6 snowmen and several individual pops.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 32 large marshmallows (1 bag)
  • 1 lb almond bark (white)
  • 16 sturdy wooden skewers (long)
  • 1 cup royal icing
  • paste food coloring


  1. Note: You will need the sturdy wooden skewers, not the thin ones. The pops are very heavy after dipping. Popsicle sticks could be used if making only individual pops.
  2. Place two marshmallows on the flat end of each of the 16 skewers. Do not pierce all of the way thru the top marshmallow. Be sure the pointed end of the skewer is down and not inside the marshmallows!
  3. Break almond bark into chunks. Place into micro safe bowl & cook 1 minute in the microwave. Stir. Continue microwaving 30 seconds at a time until melted. Stir each time.
  4. Dip the skewers into the melted almond bark. Roll until well covered. Let dry. Note: After dipping I poked the skewers through the holes in an upside down colander to let dry.
  5. Color the royal icing in desired colors and pipe on eyes, a carrot nose, mouth, and a scarf or buttons. Let dry completely before proceeding to arrange or wrap. You can also use icing in the tubes if a long hold time is not needed.
  6. Cut skewers into desired lengths. Arrange into a bouquet in a coffee mug or other container. I placed styrofoam and shredded paper in the mug so there would be a base to hold the pops. After the bouquet is made wrap it in a printed or clear cellophane bag & tie with ribbon. (not shown) You can also wrap individually with plastic wrap & tie with a ribbon or poke them into a vase with a flower frog.
Most Helpful

Very cute. I made these for my daughter's birthday class treats. Everone loved them. I used three large marshmallows, white almond bark, string licorice for the scarf, mini m&m's for the buttons and eyes, orange gummy slice cut up for the nose, and a mini chocolate donut for the hat. I used colorful drink stirs for the stick.

5hungrykids April 14, 2010

I made these for my 2nd graders Christmas party last year with a couple revisions. I thinned the almond bark with shortening until it was good dipping consistency (maybe up to 1/2c?). I placed 3 large m-mallows on a skewer and dipped them in the white bark. I let it get set, then placed a small m-mallow on top and dipped it in melted dark chocolate to make it look like a top hat. I dipped to just go over the edge of the 1st large m-mallow. Then I piped the face and three buttons down the front of the middle m-mallow. They turned out pretty cute and all the kids just loved them.

Brandyberry December 01, 2007

what a adorable idea, I am going to make these for my cookie trays. Thanks susie.

faith58 November 18, 2007

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